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Descendants of Samuel Hulse



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1. Samuel1 HULSE; married Sarah (--?--).

Children of Samuel1 Hulse and Sarah (--?--) were as follows:

  • 2. i. Thomas2 Hulse, born circa 1798 at Co. Nottingham, England; married Mary Smith.

  • ii. Nancy Hulse; name at christening spelled Nancey;[1],[1] christened 11 Nov 1803 at St. Mary's, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England.[2]

  • iii. James Hulse;[3],[3] christened 18 Oct 1805 at St. Peter, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England.[4]



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2. Thomas2 HULSE (child of Samuel1);[5],[6] born circa 1798 at Co. Nottingham, England;[7],[8] baptized 18 Oct 1801 at St. Nicholas, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England;[9],[10] married Mary Smith 26 Feb 1824 at St. Mary's, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England;[11] died aged 59 years 24 Apr 1857.[12]

Thomas' portrait was painted around the 1820's or 30's -- a photograph of this portrait exists today.[13] Between 1824 and 1828, Thomas Hulse and Mary Smith lived at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England, for the births of Joseph, John and Mathew.[14] In 1833, Thomas Hulse and Mary Smith may have lived at Crofts Street, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England, for baptism of Thomas.[15] Between 1836 and 1842, Thomas Hulse and Mary Smith lived at Basford, Co. Nottingham, England, for baptism of Thomas (1836) and birth of Henry (1839).[16] He was a lace manufacturer in 1839 at Basford, Co. Nottingham, England.[17] He and Mary Smith appeared on the census of 1841 at New Basford, Co. Nottingham, England; where Thomas (40) was a lace maker. Mary (35), Joseph (15) and John (14) both journeymen lace makers, Mathew (12), Mary (9) and Henry (2) were present, and all of the family was born in Co. Nottingham.[18] He and Mary Smith emigrated in 1842 to British North America (Canada).[19] He was a school teacher in King Twp. and a hotel keeper in Pottageville in 1845.[20] He and Mary Smith appeared on the census of 1851 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Thomas (54) was a yeoman and innkeeper; Mary (49), and children John (25) a cooper, Mathew (23), Mary Ann (21), Henry (12) and William (9) were present. The family lived in a 2-story frame house and inn with 3 staff.[21]

Mary SMITH was born circa 1802 at Co. Nottingham, England.[22],[23] She died aged 95 years on 30 Mar 1894.[12],[24] She was also known as Mary Smith Barnett.[25],[26] She and Henry Hulse Sr. lived in 1858 at Lloydtown, York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where the family moved after Thomas' death in 1857.[27] She and Henry Hulse Sr. appeared on the census of 1861 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Henry was 22, mother Mary (59) and William George (19) were also present. They lived in a single-story frame house in or near Lloydtown.[28] She appeared on the census of 1871 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mary (69) was widowed, and living 'in town' on an 8th-acre in consession 9, lot 31.[29] Mary's photo was taken late in her life. A copy still exists.[13] She appeared on the census of 1881 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mary (78) was widowed, born in England.[30] She appeared on the census of 1891 at Wilson House, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mary (88) was with her son, hotel proprietor.[31]

Children of Thomas2 Hulse and Mary Smith were as follows:

  • 3. i. Joseph Taylor3 Hulse, christened 12 Sep 1824 at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England; married Mary (--?--).

  • 4. ii. John Smith Hulse, baptized 28 May 1826 at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England; married Letitia Moore.

  • 5. iii. Mathew Hulse, born 1 Jun 1828; married Mary Margaret Ramsey.

  • iv. Mary Ann Hulse; born circa 1831 at Co. Nottingham, England;[32],[33] died aged 21 years 22 Jan 1853.[12]

  • v. Thomas Hulse;[34],[34] baptized 18 Jun 1833 at St. Mary's, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England;[35] he may have died before 1836 at England.[36]

  • vi. Thomas Hulse;[37],[37] baptized 7 Jul 1836 at St. Leodegarius, Basford, Co. Nottingham, England;[38] died before 1842 at England.[39]

  • 6. vii. Henry Hulse Sr., born 7 Aug 1839 at Basford, Co. Nottingham, England; married Alice Theresa Doyle.

  • 7. viii. William George Hulse, born circa 1842 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); married Mary Cassady.



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3. Joseph Taylor3 HULSE (child of Thomas2, Samuel1); christened 12 Sep 1824 at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England;[40] married Mary (--?--);[41] died of cancer 23 Aug 1900 at 344 Shaw, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 75.[42]

He may have lived in 1857 at Nottawa, Simcoe Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where he was a cooper.[43] He appeared on the census of 1881 at London, Ontario, Canada; where Joseph (55), born England, was a cutler [knife maker/dealer], and Mary (54), Sarah (17) and Mary (10) were present.[44]

Mary (--?--) was born circa 1827 at Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[45]

Children of Joseph Taylor3 Hulse and Mary (--?--) both born at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada), were as follows:

  • i. Sarah4 Hulse;[46],[46] born circa 1864.[45]

  • ii. Mary Hulse;[46],[46] born circa 1871.[45]



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4. John Smith3 HULSE (child of Thomas2, Samuel1); baptized 28 May 1826 at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England;[47],[48] married Letitia Moore;[49] died aged 42 years, buried at sea 28 Jul 1868 at age 42.[50]

John was the enumerator for the 1861 census for District #10 in King Township, in March of that year.[51] He and Letitia Moore appeared on the census of 9 Mar 1861 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); and John (34) was an English-born tavern keeper, Lyticia (29) from Ireland, and children Adelia J. (5), Joseph Henry (2) were present, and two other boarders.[52]

Letitia MOORE was born circa 1826.[53] She died on 3 Jul 1913 at Orangeville, Dufferin Co., Ontario, Canada.[12],[54] She appeared on the census of 1881 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Letitia (48) was a widow, and Jospeh H. (21) a cabinet maker, Mathew M. (19), Letitia (17), and John J. (14) were also present.[55]

Children of John Smith3 Hulse and Letitia Moore were as follows:

  • i. Mary A.4 Hulse;[56],[56] born circa 1855;[53] died 17 Mar 1858.[12]

  • ii. Adelia J. Hulse;[57],[57] born circa 1856.[58]

  • 8. iii. Joseph Henry Hulse, born circa 1859 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); married Henrietta N. Dennis; married Matilda Ann Mines.

  • iv. Mathew M. Hulse;[59],[59] born circa 1862.[60]

  • v. Letitia Hulse;[59],[59] born circa 1864;[60] married Thomas George Brereton 27 Aug 1884 at Schomberg, King Township, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Letitia was 21, and Thomas (24) was a physician. Witnesses were John J. Hulse of Schomberg, and Sarah J. Hulse of London.[61]

  • 9. vi. John J. Hulse, born 31 Jul 1866; married Mary Isabella Perry.



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5. Mathew3 HULSE (child of Thomas2, Samuel1); born 1 Jun 1828;[62] christened 29 Jun 1828 at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England;[63],[64] married Mary Margaret Ramsey 1853; Mary was a sea captain's daughter from Cornwall, England, then living in

Schomberg.[65]

Mathew was a lifetime farmer in the area of Schomberg, Ontario.[66] He and Mary Margaret Ramsey appeared on the census of 1881 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mathew (52) of England was a farmer, Margaret (50), Thomas (24) an agent, Mary E. (22), Robert (19) and George B. (17) were present.[67]

Mary Margaret RAMSEY died on 24 Jul 1905.[62] She and George Britton Hulse appeared on the census of 1901 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where George (36), Stella (28), Florence (2), Vera (1) and George's mother Mrs. M (70) a widow, were present.[68]

Children of Mathew3 Hulse and Mary Margaret Ramsey were as follows:

  • i. Caroline Emma Ruston4 Hulse.[69],[69]

  • ii. Thomas H. M. Hulse;[69],[69] born circa 1857;[70] married Ruth Sophia Cherry 19 Aug 1891 at York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas (34) was an Agent in York County.[71]

  • iii. Mary Elizabeth Walton Hulse;[69],[69] born circa 1859;[70] married Frederick Charles Walton 7 Mar 1888 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Frederick (27) was a farmer of King Twp., and Mary (28) was of the same place.[72]

  • 10. iv. Robert John Hulse, born Feb 1862 at Schomberg, York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); married Adelia Rebecca Thompson.

  • v. George Britton Hulse;[69],[69] born circa 1865 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada;[70],[73] married Estella Hilborn 18 Nov 1891 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where George (27) was a farmer from King Twp;[74] died 3 May 1901 at Ontario, Canada.[75]

    He and Mary Margaret Ramsey appeared on the census of 1901 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where George (36), Stella (28), Florence (2), Vera (1) and George's mother Mrs. M (70) a widow, were present.[68]



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6. Henry3 HULSE Sr. (child of Thomas2, Samuel1);[76],[77] born 7 Aug 1839 at Basford, Co. Nottingham, England;[78],[79],[80] married Alice Theresa Doyle, daughter of James Doyle and Jane (--?--), 8 Sep 1864 at Lloydtown, York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Henry was recorded as 25, born in England; Alice was 22, born in Tecumseth Twp.; witnessed by John and Elizabeth Elgie of Toronto;[81] died of a bladder growth and bowel obstruction 10 Feb 1904 at Holland St., Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 64.[82],[83]

He emigrated in 1842 to British North America (Canada); with his parents and siblings.[84] He and Mary Smith lived in 1858 at Lloydtown, York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where the family moved after Thomas' death in 1857.[27] He was mail-carrier between Lloydtown and Aurora from 1858 to 1864.[85] He and Mary Smith appeared on the census of 1861 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Henry was 22, mother Mary (59) and William George (19) were also present. They lived in a single-story frame house in or near Lloydtown.[28] He and Alice Theresa Doyle lived after 1864 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); on a farm.[27] He and Alice Theresa Doyle lived from 1868 to 1877 at Schomberg, King Township, York Co., Ontario, Canada; running the hotel owned previously by his late brother John.[27] He and Alice Theresa Doyle appeared on the census of 1871 at Schomberg, King Township, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Henry was 30 year old Hotel Keeper, Alice was 27, children Mary J. (4) and Bartley (1) were also present. They lived on 6 acres on concession 9, lot 33 (Schomberg), having 1 house, 1 barn, 4 carriages, 5 wagons, 2 ploughs and a fanning mill. 5 1/2 acres were pasture. Henry also owned 1 town lot (upon which must have been the hotel).[86] He and Alice Theresa Doyle lived in 1877; on the Clarkson-Hughes farm, but stayed only one year.[20] He and Alice Theresa Doyle lived from 1878 to 1881 at Royal Hotel, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada; for four years.[87] He and Alice Theresa Doyle appeared on the census of 1881 at Newmarket, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Henry (39) was a Hotel Keeper, and Alice (36), Mary Jane (14), Barkley (11), Walter (9), Addie (7), and Henry (5) were present.[88] He and Alice Theresa Doyle lived between 1883 and 1889 at Paisly House, Orangeville, Dufferin Co., Ontario, Canada.[89] He and Alice Theresa Doyle lived from 1889 to 1897 at Wilson House, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; Henry was the proprietor of Wilson House, a hotel in Toronto, at 111-113 York Street, on the south-east corner of Pearl. Walter was a bartender and Barkley was the clerk. A photo of Wilson House in circa 1900 exists.[90],[91],[27] He and Alice Theresa Doyle appeared on the census of 1891 at St. Andrew's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Henry was 51, a hotel keeper with 5 employees, and Alice was 48. Bartly (21) head clerk, Walter (19), Harry (15), Alice (17) and Henry's mother Mary (88) were also present.[92] He and Alice Theresa Doyle lived from 1897 to 1900 at Central Hotel, Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where he acted as landlord until his son Barkley took over.[93] He left a will on 1 Dec 1898; where he divided his estate among his three surviving children (Walter had not yet died) and grandchildren. His estate included properties in Toronto on Kensington Ave. and Trafalgar Ave., in East Gwillumbury, and in Orangeville on Mill St. and 2nd Ave., which he specified pass from Walter to his sons and never be sold, especially to Walter's wife or her family. This wish was adjusted by a Codicil added after Walter died.[94] He and Alice Theresa Doyle lived from 1900 to 1904 at Queens Hotel, Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where he rented the hotel until his death.[93] He and Alice Theresa Doyle appeared on the census of 1901 at lots 5 & 6 Holland N.D., Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where Henry (61) ran a 35-room hotel, owned also 5 town lots and 200 acres of farm land. Alice (57) was present, as were their children Mary Jane Haltorf [sic] (33) widowed, Henry (26) drover, and grandchildren Alice Haltorf (13), Irene Haltorf (14) and Barkley (4). Four domestic servants were recorded.[95] In his obituary, Henry's wealth was reported to include three farms of 100 acres each in Pottageville, Schomberg and Orangville, and a 197 acre farm near Newmarket, a house and store in Toronto, and a house and livery business in Orangeville. His politics were Conservative, he was a member of the A.O.U.W. of the Knights of Phythias, and the Manufacturers Life Association. The funeral procession was headed by 40 members of the Workman Order.[20]

Alice Theresa DOYLE[96],[97] was born on 10 Apr 1843 at Tecumseth Township, Simcoe Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[98],[99] She died of bronchial pneumonia on 30 May 1920 at 35 Raymond Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 77.[100],[101] She was buried on 1 Jun 1920 at Newmarket, Ontario, Canada.[102] She appeared on the census of 1861 at Lloydtown, York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Alice (20) was living with siblings William (23) an innkeeper, and Jane (22) a tailoress. Another man John, a shoemaker, also lived in their two-story frame house.[103] She appeared on the census of 1911 at Main St., Newmarket, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where her son Henry (35) a drover, Cordelia Maud (35), and Alice (66) were present.[104]

Children of Henry3 Hulse Sr. and Alice Theresa Doyle were as follows:

  • i. Thomas H.4 Hulse; born 3 Mar 1865;[105] died 12 Mar 1868 at age 3.[106]

  • 11. ii. Mary Jane Hulse, born 20 Sep 1866 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); married Henry M. Holtorf; married Alfred E. B. Burton Stoddart.

  • iii. Arthur Henry Hulse; born 14 Mar 1868;[107] died 19 Apr 1869 at age 1.[100]

  • 12. iv. Barkley Hulse, born Dec 1869 at Ontario, Canada; married Mary Adelaide Williams.

  • 13. v. Walter Hulse, born circa 1872 at Schomberg, York Co., Ontario, Canada; married Josephine U. Quirk.

  • vi. Alice Adeline Hulse; born 18 Feb 1874 at Schomberg, King Township, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[108],[109],[110] died of consumption 21 Mar 1895 at Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 21;[100] buried Mar 1895 at Newmarket Cemetery, Newmarket, York Co., Ontario, Canada, the hotel keeper's daughter, aged 21 years. The burial was recorded in register of Trinity Church, Bradford.[111]

  • 14. vii. Henry Hulse Jr., born 16 Jan 1876 at Schomberg, King Township, York Co., Ontario, Canada; married Cordelia Maud Potter.



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7. William George3 HULSE (child of Thomas2, Samuel1); born circa 1842 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[112] married Mary Cassady 31 Mar 1866 at York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where William (22) was of Schomberg, and Mary (19) was of Lloydtown.[113],[114]

He appeared on the census of 1881 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where William (37) was a blacksmith, and Mary (33), William T. (14), Etha M. (12), Ida M. (10), Edna A. (6) and Ambrose (2) were present.[115]

Mary CASSADY was born circa 1848 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[116],[117]

Children of William George3 Hulse and Mary Cassady all born at Ontario, Canada, were as follows:

  • i. William T.4 Hulse;[118],[118] born circa 1867.[116]

  • ii. Etha M. Hulse;[118],[118] baptized circa 1869.[116]

  • iii. Ida M. Hulse;[118],[118] born circa 1871.[119]

  • iv. Edna A. Hulse;[118],[118] born circa 1875.[119]

  • v. Ambrose Hulse;[118],[118] born circa 1879.[119]



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8. Joseph Henry4 HULSE (child of John3, Thomas2, Samuel1);[59],[59] born circa 1859 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[58],[120] married Henrietta N. Dennis 14 Sep 1881 at Lloydtown, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Joseph (21) of Schomberg, was a cabinet maker, and Henrietta (20) of Schomberg, was daughter of Levi and Lydia Dennis;[121],[122] married Matilda Ann Mines 12 Sep 1894 at Caradoc Twp., Middlesex Co., Ontario, Canada; where Joseph was an Undertaker (34) from Orangeville and widower and Matilda was 27;[123] died "Orangeville and district sustained a severe loss this week through the death of Joseph Henry Hulse, who passed away in Lord Dufferin Hospital at three o'clock on Sunday morning after an illness of two weeks from influenza and pneumonia. Deceased had been identified with the business life of this town for 44 years and was widely known in Orangeville and surrounding townships. The late Mr. Hulse, who was 67 years of age, was born at Pottageville, near Schomberg, in the county of York, being a son of the late John S. and Letitia Moore Hulse. While in his boyhood the family moved to Schomberg, where he learned the undertaking business with Stephen Armitage, whom he afterwards bought out. He remained in business in Schomberg for four years and in 1883 moved to Orangeville and opened undertaking parlors here, which he has since conducted. For twenty six years he was a valued member of the High School Board and had filled the office of chairman for several terms. In recent years he had filled the responsible position of chairman of the Property Committee and in this capacity took an active interest in improvements to the school premises. A talented musician he was for many years leader of the Orangeville Orchestra and was at one time bandmaster of the Orangeville Citizens Band. Mr. Hulse was an adherent of St. Mark's church and a staunch Conservative in politics. He was a member and a Past Master of Harris Lodge, No. 216, A.F. & a.M. and was also identified with Ionic Chapter No. 83 Royal Arch. Masons and with Loyal Orange Lodge No. 2931 and previously with Aaron L.O.L. No. 427. He took a keen interest in outdoor sports and was an active member of the Orangeville Curling and Lawn Bowling Clubs. Kindly, courtous and sympathetic, Mr. Hulse was held in high esteem by the whole community. He was a man of few words, but his judgment was always carefully considered and his opinion on any question was always sane and reasonable. Deceased was twice married - in 1881 to Miss Henrietta Norris Dennis, of Schomberg, and in 1894 to Miss Tillie A. Mines of Mount Brydges. His demise is mourned by three daughters, Mrs. H.N Modeland, of Transcona, Man., and Mises Clara and Adelia, at home, one brother, M. J.J. Hulse, of Orangeville, and a sister, Mrs. (Dr.) C.H. Brereton, of Toronto. To these the sympathy of the whole community is tendered in their great loss" 30 Jan 1927 at Lord Dufferin Hospital, Orangeville, Dufferin Co., Ontario, Canada.[124]

Henrietta N. DENNIS was born on 13 Apr 1861.[125] She died on 30 Jan 1889 at Orangeville, Dufferin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 27.[126],[127] She appeared on the census of 1881 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Henrietta Dennis (19) appears with father Levi Dennis (63) and family in King Township, and this may be Joseph's future wife.[128]

Children of Joseph Henry4 Hulse and Henrietta N. Dennis were as follows:

  • i. Edna5 Hulse;[129],[129] born 31 Mar 1882;[126] died 1882.[130],[126],[131]

  • ii. James Francis Hulse;[129],[129] born 26 Sep 1888;[132] died 20 Aug 1889.[126]

    James' mother had died 8 months earlier, and he had a sister who died an infant in 1882. His father Joseph had the following inscribed on the base of their grave stone, "Thy Will Be Done."[133]

Matilda Ann MINES was born circa 1867 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada.[134]

There were no children of Joseph Henry4 Hulse and Matilda Ann Mines.



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    9. John J.4 HULSE (child of John3, Thomas2, Samuel1);[56],[56] born 31 Jul 1866;[12] married Mary Isabella Perry 23 Mar 1894 at Lloydtown, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where John was a merchant tailor from Orangeville (26), and Mary was 21;[49],[135] died 15 Dec 1943 at age 77.[12]

    Mary Isabella PERRY was born circa 1871.[53] She died in 1954.[53]

    Children of John J.4 Hulse and Mary Isabella Perry were as follows:

    • i. Vera Marjory5 Hulse;[56],[56] born 26 Dec 1896;[12] died 8 Feb 1900 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 3.[12],[136]

    • ii. John Frederick Hulse;[56],[56] born 5 Jul 1902;[12] died 28 Nov 1903 at age 1.[12]



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    10. Robert John4 HULSE (child of Mathew3, Thomas2, Samuel1);[69],[69] born Feb 1862 at Schomberg, York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[62] married Adelia Rebecca Thompson 5 Nov 1896; where bride was from Schomberg.[65]

    Children of Robert John4 Hulse and Adelia Rebecca Thompson were as follows:



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    11. Mary Jane4 HULSE (child of Henry3, Thomas2, Samuel1);[137],[138] born 20 Sep 1866 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[100],[139],[140] married Henry M. Holtorf, son of Christopher Holtorf and Elizabeth Sanford, 12 May 1886 at Orangeville, Ontario, Canada; where Henry was 28, a merchant, son of Christopher Holtorf and Elizabeth Sandford. Mary Jane Hulse was 19, daughter of Henry Hulse and Alice Doyle. Henry's brother Reuben was witness. As per family lore, Henry and Mary Jane eloped;[141],[142] married Alfred E. B. Burton Stoddart 3 Jun 1901 at Trinity Church, Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where Burt was a farmer and son of Wilson & Matilda Stoddart. Mary Jane was a hotel keeper's daughter, and widow;[143],[144] died circa 1946.[100]

    She was also known as May Hulse.[145] She and Henry M. Holtorf lived in Mar 1887 at Orangeville, Dufferin Co., Ontario, Canada; for a time after their marriage, where Henry was a merchant.[146] It may be that Henry and Mary Jane left Ontario shortly after their daughter Irene was born circa 1889. Her birth registration was not recorded in Ontario, though she declared her birth was in Orangeville. The family lore tells that Henry was a "cheese broker" and the he and family went to Chicago, but only a widowed Mary Jane and the two daughters returned. No evidence of this story exists, yet his brother Reuban Holtorf does appear as a cheese salesman in Chicago.[147],[148] She appeared on the census of 1901 at lots 5 & 6 Holland N.D., Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; Mary Jane Haltorf [sic] (33) was widowed, Alice (13), Irene (14) were present, living with Mary Jane's parents Henry (61), who ran a 35-room hotel, owned also 5 town lots and 200 acres of farm land, and Alice (57), also Henry (26) drover, and Barkley (4). Four domestic servants were recorded.[95] She and Alfred E. B. Burton Stoddart appeared on the census of 1911 at Barrie Street, Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where Burton (41) a farmer, Mary J. (44), Hulse (9), and Baldwin ((7) were present, plus three English servants: Henry Clifford (56), Noel Lowry (21), and Margaret Renolds (16).[149]

    Henry M. HOLTORF[150],[151] was born circa 1861 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[152]

    Children of Mary Jane4 Hulse and Henry M. Holtorf both born at Orangeville, Dufferin Co., Ontario, Canada, were as follows:

    Alfred E. B. Burton STODDART was born on 3 May 1872 at Ontario, Canada.[153],[154] He died on 2 Oct 1948 at age 76.[155] He appeared on the census of 1901 at Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where Burton (28) lived with George German (27) and George Robinson (35).[156]

    Children of Mary Jane4 Hulse and Alfred E. B. Burton Stoddart both born at Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, were as follows:

    • i. Burton Hulse5 Stoddart;[157],[157] born 22 Aug 1902.[158]

    • ii. Baldwin Henry Wilson Stoddart;[159],[159] born 17 Feb 1904.[160],[161]



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    12. Barkley4 HULSE (child of Henry3, Thomas2, Samuel1); born Dec 1869 at Ontario, Canada;[162] married Mary Adelaide Williams 30 Jan 1895 at 44 Bond St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Barkley was 25, a hotel keeper and CofE on York Street; Mary was 21 and Methodist, daughter of Frederick Williams;[163] died of Brights disease of the kidneys after suffering 1 year 30 Jan 1898 at Holland Street, Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 28.[164],[100]

    Barkley, sometimes called Bartley, worked as the clerk of the family hotel before he ran his own.[165] He lived in 1897 at Central Hotel, a.k.a. The Hulse House, Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where he took over running the hotel from his father, until Barkley himself suddenly died.[166] He left a will on 24 Dec 1897; in which he made his father Henry the executor and guardian of his two infant children, specifying that a weekly allowance be provided for them and his widow.[167]

    Mary Adelaide WILLIAMS was born on 27 Sep 1873 at Ontario, Canada.[168],[169] She and Alice May Hulse appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mary (27) was a widow, and Addie (5) was present, and Methodist. They lived with Laura Trelkar and family.[170]

    Children of Barkley4 Hulse and Mary Adelaide Williams were as follows:

    • i. Alice May5 Hulse;[171],[171] born 18 Jan 1896 at Bradford, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada.[172],[173]

      She and Mary Adelaide Williams appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mary (27) was a widow, and Addie (5) was present, and Methodist. They lived with Laura Trelkar and family.[170] By 1904, when her grandfather Henry died, Alice was recorded by his executors as living in New York City.[174]

    • ii. Barkley Sherlock Hulse;[175] born 20 Jun 1897 at Ontario, Canada.[176],[177]

      Barkley appears in the 1901 census, living with his gradparents Henry and Mary Hulse in Bradford. It is not known where his mother was.[178]



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    13. Walter4 HULSE (child of Henry3, Thomas2, Samuel1); born circa 1872 at Schomberg, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[179],[180],[181] married Josephine U. Quirk 6 Jan 1896 at Church of the Ascension, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Walter (CofE) was a salesman from Toronto, and Josephine (RC) was daughter of John and Catherine Quirk. Witnesses were Arthur Potter and Mrs. Holtorf both of Toronto;[182] died 4 Feb 1899 at Richmond Hill, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[100],[183]

    Josephine U. QUIRK was born on 20 Oct 1874 at Ontario, Canada.[184] She appeared on the census of 1901 at Vaughan Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Josephine (26) appeared to be running a hotel, living with Nicklos Gormley. Sons John and Walter were not present.[185]

    Children of Walter4 Hulse and Josephine U. Quirk were as follows:

    • i. John5 Hulse;[186] born after 1896.[187]

    • ii. Henry Hulse;[188],[188] born 9 Jan 1897 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[189]

    • iii. Walter Hulse;[186] born 29 Dec 1897 at Richmond Hill, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[190]


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